Cheese Made from Breast Milk !

Cheese isn't that unusual in art galleries. In fact, it can be as ubiquitous as wine. But cheese made from breast milk? Not so much. This past weekend, the breast-milk-as-food debate landed on our home turf when a New York gallery offered breast-milk cheese to its visitors. Yes, cheese made from human breast milk.

When we first heard about the breast-milk food trend, whenbreast-milk ice cream went on sale in London last February, we raised a virtual eyebrow. Some of us assumed the guys who tried "Baby Gaga" -- churned with the, er, assistance of a woman named Victoria Hiley and 14 other donors -- must have some screws loose. Others saw breast-milk ice cream as the natural next step of a culture obsessed with organic, free-range, fair-trade food products. A few of us thought it was a little kinky. Maybe Lady Gaga thought so, too: She threatened to sue. (Doesn't she like kinky things?)

Here at AskMen, we're all for trying obscure and adventurous foods. But should this culinary swagger be applied to breast milk? "Yuck" factor aside, maybe there are some benefits to breast-milk food products that we're missing.

Which makes us wonder: Do you think eating ice cream or cheese made from breast milk is disgusting -- or is it just natural? And if you're one of the few who has tasted these unusual delicacies, well, how was it?

- AskMen Editors

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